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Since 1st March, 1999
 
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CIMA Gallary
Discipline and decorum
For the first time in nearly 45 years as a member, I found the Calcutta Club gates closed. The durwan mumbled something about processions and I wondered momentarily if Trinamul had collapsed and the Left Front was back. The online editions of...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Still asleep
Sir — The report, “Legs lost, slow death in rule-bound land” (June 23), depicts the callous attitud ...  | Read.. 
 
High price
Sir — The editorial, “Rates and prices” (June 23), has rightly concluded that, “the house wife... w ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
AN ILL-ADVISED MOVE
A new government has to create some new institutions and also abolish some others in order to usher in meaningful changes. If...| Read.. 
 
REVIEW ARTS
A land full of smiling people
Beth A. Payne’s love for photography dates back to her years in school. The outgoing American consul-general of Calcutta was her school’s yearbook photographer, and loved noth...  | Read.. 
 
Richness revealed
If the world has largely revised its views about ours being a country of maharajas on bejewelled elephants and begums in exquisite palanquins, it perhaps still k...  | Read.. 
 
Down the memory lane
“My mother said I never should,/ play with gypsies in the wood.” This is the 1960s schoolgirl chant or rhyme with which Charlotte Keatley had opened her play, Mother Said I...  | Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
End of a long friendship
A close friendship of over 70 years came to an end on Tuesday, May 31 this year with the death of Shakuntala Khosla, wife of ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Queen Elizabeth owned silk stockings. The capitalist achievement does not typically consist in providing more stockings for queens but in bringing them within the reach of factory girls in return for steadily decreasing amount of effort. — JOSEPH ALOIS SCHUMPETER